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Monster Weeks with Timed tasks and many more upgrades await you with this new update for The Witcher: Monster Slayer.

The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an augmented-reality exploration game that challenges you to become an elite monster hunter. As you explore the real world around you, each step will take you deeper into a dark fantasy adventure.

Track monsters, learn their habits and prepare for battle. Select the best weapons and armor and brew powerful witcher potions to gain the upper hand before you begin a battle. As you gain experience and take on more dangerous foes, you will need to improve your skills, gear, and tactics in order to become a monster slayer of true renown.

TRACK YOUR TARGETS – Use real-time weather conditions, the time of day, and all your witcher senses to hunt the monsters living around you.

EXPLORE ADVANCED AUGMENTED REALITY – Make the dark fantasy world of The Witcher your reality with AR features that will change your perception of places you thought you knew.

EMBARK ON ADVENTURES – Experience quests that propel you through deep, story-driven adventures inspired by The Witcher series.

GATHER TROPHIES FROM FALLEN FOES – Defeat dozens of different beasts and grow a collection worthy of a true monster slayer.

What’s New

Version 1.1.0

Greetings, Witchers!

The fall has brought Saovine, the Eve of Magic.

During this special event, you will find three new packages on your Path. Use them to celebrate Saovine with your witcher friends!

In Thorstein's offer, you can find a special time-limited Saovine Set, which includes, among other things, The Cut Thread saber that increases the damage dealt to Specters by 50%. Also included are a Pumpkin Pie, a special-event Summoning Scroll, and a Haunted Crafting Station!

Hurry up, Saovine ends on November 3, at 7:00 AM CEST.

So, trick or treat?

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

Solarguyvt ,

Great but needs some minor fixes

The game closes randomly which I’m sure they are already addressing. Also there are issues logging in at times as well. I’m assuming both of these are related to a server issue with it being a new game. My biggest issue is the fact that I have to drive away from quests to relocate them. The first quest where I had to find a dead horse dropped it on a road that doesn’t exist anymore around me and would have involved an almost half mile long walk into a corn field. Every time I tried to reset the location I was told I was to close for a reset. God forbid the game sets up a quest on a highway or some other dangerous location and someone wanders into it. Other than trying to be fed to the children of the corn and the app crashing the games a blast though.

Supafly duuuuude ,

Monster Hunter? Not really…

Imagine being a monster hunter without a silver sword (a sword specifically designed to fight monsters). That’s your character in this game. For some reason the game starts you off with 2 steel swords in your inventory instead of 1 steel and 1 silver like every witcher should have. On top of that gathering crafting materials is an absolute pain. You get monster mats pretty quickly but you need a “bundle of herbs” to actually craft potions, bombs, and oils. To my knowledge, bundles of herbs don’t drop from monsters but need to be scavenged from randomly (and very rare) generated locations in the world. Talk about a progression roadblock. You also get bundles of supplies that you can’t open yourself, you can only donate them to people on your friends list. Yes, you read that right, you get items that you, yourself, cannot use but must be gifted away….

Also, it appears that the 4th story quest is bugged and never shows up on your map. I reached out to the devs about this but have yet to receive a response.

The reason this has 3 stars and not 1 is because I actually do enjoy the RPG mechanics in a game. It makes it more enjoyable than Pokémon Go because the combat is more engaging and there is actually a quest system (albeit a bugged one) with skill points. The core systems are solid but it just needs some refining to make it feel more like a game and less like a freemium mobile game.

XP-Sprecken ,

Fun, Creative, and Extremely Addicting

The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an extremely well made mobile game using the Witcher universe and Pokémon-Go style gameplay. Players, like me, who loved hunting monsters in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will have a blast playing this game. Players have access to potion, bombs, and oil crafting, skills and upgrades, and a simple yet rewarding RPG system that all flows well into the combat. In combat, you can use Signs(Igni, Aard, Yrden, Quen, and Axii) by drawing their actual symbols in-game to use them against monsters. You can also use potions, bombs, and oils to further enhance your overall stats in battle. Instead of catching monsters, such as other Pokémon Go style games, you get trophies from monsters that you get to showcase in your collections. Monsters come in three rarities and come with a set of difficulties that require a normal level of grind to be able to fight them. I haven’t done much of the story yet but what I’ve done so far has been fun. The writing is well done and adds very simple dialogue choices that helps the story flow better.

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The developer, Spokko sp. z o.o., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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